- Feb 6, 2002
Despite 2A aren’t there some people who should not be allowed to own guns. We don’t let felons own guns even with 2A
Maybe he thought his ex-wife would be there. Or maybe he thought that friends she had there encouraged her to do something that angered him. Maybe he went to the other dance studio after she wasn't there at the first one. Either way, it's got to have something to do with his ex-wife.He had once been a regular presence at the dance studio, even meeting his ex-wife there, three people who knew him told CNN.
Really long standing grudge. They divorced over a decade ago.First clue as to his motive might be this:
Maybe he thought his ex-wife would be there. Or maybe he thought that friends she had there encouraged her to do something that angered him. Maybe he went to the other dance studio after she wasn't there at the first one. Either way, it's got to have something to do with his ex-wife.
Not to mention the 3 children and 5 adults shot (2 are critical) in house in Shreveport. "...a dark-colored SUV pulled up in front of the home and multiple people got out and fired into the home. Preliminary information is that this is related to an ongoing dispute between two groups of individuals. "Just another Sunday in America.
Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are searching for at least one suspect involved in a nightclub shooting that left a dozen people injured, according to L'Jean McKneely, Baton Rouge Police Department spokesperson.www.cnn.com
Just updated to 36. We are living in crazy times:Wow already 33 mass shootings (4 or more victims) this year.
Will only get worse until legislation happens to limit access to murder weapons.Just updated to 36. We are living in crazy times:
Columbine High was a watershed moment. Two students working together to terrorize their high school with guns designed to kill humans in mass. They upped the ante in the mass murder go-out-with-a-bang game.Hmm 3 suspects. No longer lone wolfs
It's "in my neighborhood" (~20 miles from me) and 2 of the 3 major networks I checked (ABC, NBC and CBS) have had non-stop coverage of it, skipping the network evening news programming. Only CBS has its network news with Nora O. The coverage is repetitive and scanty. They keep going over the same thing, showing the arrest (which is bizarre), interviewing lots of people and nobody knows squat about the whys and wherefores. 2 different locations and it appears it's workplace related, a mushroom farm and another location a few miles away.
I really like Australia's approach:i'll fully admit i was quite pro-gun years ago. i very vociferously defended the 2A. but it's clear its current manifestation has no place in society.
Well it’s because of the people here, not the readily available access to guns and inaccessible health care system!/sIt's difficult for me to get my head around the amount of people killed by gunfire in the USA. If we get one shooting it's major news country wide for a fortnight.
Any way to get a bit of context I tried googling some numbers of people shot so far in 2023 and this website came up....
Holy shit I thought, 300 people is a lot of people killed in a month. Then I looked at the date!
That's not ok USA!